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The 9-th edition of MedEspera

12th-14th of May 2022

Registration and selection of the workshop you want to attend will be possible starting April 28.

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Welcome To Medespera

Important Dates

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May
12
Coronaroangiography
time 14:00-15:00 offline adress Strada 31 August 1989,CUSIM, 201

A coronary angiogram is a procedure that uses X-ray imaging to see your heart's blood vessels. The test is generally done to see if there's a restriction in blood flow going to the heart.

Coronary angiograms are part of a general group of procedures known as heart (cardiac) catheterizations. Cardiac catheterization procedures can both diagnose and treat heart and blood vessel conditions. A coronary angiogram, which can help diagnose heart conditions, is the most common type of cardiac catheterization procedure.

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12
May
12
The rare clinical cases and ECG changes related to severe arrhythmias.
time 15:00-16:30 offline adress Strada 31 August 1989,CUSIM, 104

In the medical field, clinicians, house staff, and medical students are required to have a certain set of knowledge and skill sets that allow them to understand and interpret electrocardiograms (ECGs). However, ECG literacy is currently limited by classroom materials and other forms of written text. This workshop aims to provide the medical community with the opportunity to interpret ECGs in specific contexts. ECG Training provides a more interactive form of studying that is well adapted to varying ECGs that are encountered in the field on a day-to-day basis.

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12
May
12
METHODS OF EXAMINATION AND INVESTIGATION IN OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY. PLACEMENT OF THE INTRAUTERINE DEVICE (I entry)
time 14:30-16:15 offline adress Strada 31 August 1989,CUSIM 110

The Basic Practical Skills in Obstetrics and Gynaecology course has been designed to introduce trainees to safe surgical techniques and obstetric clinical skills in a structured workshop environment. The course is standardised to ensure that common objectives, content structure and assessment methods are followed.

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12
May
12
Birth simulation (I entry)

A birth simulator is an automated high-tech lifelike patient manikin that mimics a woman going through labor and delivery used in healthcare simulation. These complex manikins are also known as a labor simulators, childbirth simulators or birthing simulators. The complexity of these unique patient simulators range from a simple static model, where the operator physically moves the baby through the birth canal, to a highly technical model which is fully automated and which can deliver a baby with differing configurations. Some birthing simulators come with a baby manikin which contains realistic characteristics such as cardiac and respiratory functions

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13
May
13
Hysteroscopy simulation
time 14:30-17:00 offline adress Strada 31 August 1989,CUSIM, 315

Hysteroscopy simulation complements conventional training on patients, yet evidence-based recommendations about its implementation and use are lacking. Observational studies have suggested a large impact on the knowledge and technical skills of novices for a wide range of hysteroscopic procedures, including for diagnosis, resection, and sterilization. Pretest/posttest studies show large improvements in performance time.

 

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12
May
12
OCT Workshop for Beginners ( I entry)

This interactive online course with twenty case vignettes is designed to teach residents about the various elements and layers of a normal retina in an OCT scan, how to accurately identify and describe retinal pathologies and the location of abnormalities in OCT images, and how to diagnose retinal pathology and suggest next steps in the evaluation or treatment of eye disease.

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13
May
13
Acute appendicitis. Traditional vs laparoscopic surgery

The removal of the acute appendix is one of the most frequently performed surgical procedures. Open surgery associated with therapeutic efficacy has been the treatment of choice for acute appendicitis. However, in consequence of the evolution of endoscopic surgery, the operation can also be performed with minimally invasive surgery. Due to smaller incisions, the laparoscopic approach may be associated with reduced postoperative pain, reduced wound infection rate, and shorter time until return to normal activity.

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12
May
12
Catheters and tubes insertion (I entry)
time 15:00-15:40 offline adress Strada 31 August 1989, CUSIM, P10

Catheters can be inserted into a body cavity, duct, or vessel, brain, skin or adipose tissue. Functionally, they allow drainage, administration of fluids or gases, access by surgical instruments, and also perform a wide variety of other tasks depending on the type of catheter. Special types of catheters, also called probes, are used in preclinical or clinical research for sampling of lipophilic and hydrophilic compounds, protein-bound and unbound drugs,neurotransmitters, peptides and proteins, antibodies, nanoparticles and nanocarriers, enzymes and vesicles

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14
May
14
Industrial production of medicines:theoretical knowledge and their application in practical activity
time 14:30-17:30 offline adress Industriala St 7/A, Sîngera 2091

The pharmaceutical industry has a number of unusual characteristics, both in its structure and in the nature of its business operations, which are little known outside the industry but which materially affect the process of bringing new pharmaceuticals to the patient. The development of a new pharmaceutical is very time consuming, extremely costly and high risk, with very little chance of a successful outcome. The process of research and development is described, together with all its challenges, including environmental ones. The commercial realities and constraints of the business, together with its current problems, are discussed, followed by an exploration of some of the likely future commercial and technical developments in the business, including the development of a greener pharmacy.

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13
May
13
Immunotherapy: third wave in lung cancer treatment
time 14:00-14:30 online adress meet.google.com/nog-ygwf-eyq

Lung cancer is treated in several ways, depending on the type of lung cancer and how far it has spread. People with non-small cell lung cancer can be treated with surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, targeted therapy, or a combination of these treatments. People with small cell lung cancer are usually treated with radiation therapy and chemotherapy.

  • Surgery. An operation where doctors cut out cancer tissue.
  • Chemotherapy. Using special medicines to shrink or kill the cancer. The drugs can be pills you take or medicines given in your veins, or sometimes both.
  • Radiation therapy. Using high-energy rays (similar to X-rays) to kill the cancer.
  • Targeted therapy. Using drugs to block the growth and spread of cancer cells. The drugs can be pills you take or medicines given in your veins. You will get tests to see if targeted therapy is right for your cancer type before this treatment is used.
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flexible pricing plans

Active Participants
€30/participation
  • Benefits from the welcome kit
  • Presents the paper at thematic scientific sessions (oral or poster)
  • Participates in the abstract contest
  • Publishes the abstract in the abstract book
  • Participates in key-note lectures
  • Participates in workshops
  • Receives an electronic certificate of participation as an active participant and CME credits
  • Can benefit from the social program plus additional options - on request against payment
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Passive Participants
€35/participation
  • Benefits from welcome kit
  • Participate at key-note lectures
  • Participate at workshops
  • Receive the electronic Certification of Attendance with EMC credits
  • Can benefit from the social program plus additional options - on request against payment
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Passive with publication
€45/participation
  • Benefits from welcome kit
  • Publishes the abstract in the abstract book
  • Participates in key-note lectures
  • Participates in workshops
  • Receives an electronic certificate of participation as an active participant and CME credits
  • Can benefit from the social program plus additional options - upon request for a fee
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Publication
€10/participation
  • Publishes the abstract in the abstract book
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